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- v. to drive out using smoke
- v. to expose
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- v. drive out with smoke
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There went up a smoke out of (marg., by) his nostrils,
The Colonel inhaled through the cheroot’s glowing tip and sent a thin stream of smoke out of the side of his mouth.
"Why, I reckon she is tol'able fair," said Haley, blowing the smoke out of his mouth.